Remember this little girl? Hayley was our little miracle girl who came through emergency eye enucleation (removal) surgery at a little less than 2 weeks old and weighing only half a pound.
Well, look at her now! She's all grown up. She was spayed on Monday and will be available for adoption this weekend. She really did not want to sit still for the camera until we put the pedastal by the wall so we have shadowing in the picture (and no time to touch it up in photoshop) but it's a good picture of her. Although she looks bigger than she really is. She's 12.5 weeks old and is still a petite girl.
We have a 100% spay/neuter before adoption policy, no exceptions. We will never adopt out an cat that has not been sterilized. We get many requests and applications from people wanting to adopt our kittens when they are too young to be sterilized and we could have many more adoptions each week if we adopted them out that young, but we won't. We are absolutely committed to helping end pet overpopulation.
We make sure every cat and kitten is fully vetted before they are adopted. That means they are all tested for FeLV/FIV, have their initial FVRCP+FeLV vaccination and booster, rabies vaccination, spayed/neutered, treated for intestinal parasites/fleas/earmites, and microchipped with Home Again microchips with shelter paid registration.